Hurricane Matthew Resources and Haitian Humanitarian Crisis Update

Friday, October 7, 2016

Hurricane Matthew swept across the Caribbean with devastating force, leaving hundreds dead across three countries and hundreds of thousands in need of assistance. The powerful storm also impacted Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. 

Upcoming Events:

  • Tuesday, December 6, 2016
    1 pm ET
    Playbook Twitter Chat: Community Crisis & Tragedies

A Twitter chat on best practices for funders responding to community crises and tragedies. This event is in conjunction with the release of a new Disaster Philanthropy Playbook strategy on the same topic. The chat will be moderated by Anna R. Hurt, Playbook program manager, and David Biemesderfer, president and CEO of the Forum. Follow #CDPPlaybook on Twitter

Here are some resources for you to learn more about community needs and how you can help:

Resources to Respond
Philanthropy New York is committed to helping our members and the entire community connect to the networks and resources you need to respond when disaster strikes.

Please visit our resource page to learn more about funder networks assembling information, resources to respond, and funds for the victims and recovery efforts. 


As Haiti Struggles to Recover From Disaster (Again), Who’s Helping?

Moving Forward
We invite our grantmaker community to reach out with questions, share your responses, and let us know how PNY can play a role in supporting you as you move forward.

PNY is committed to supporting grantmakers interested in assisting communities affected by natural disasters and tragedies. In the coming weeks, we will continue to update our resource page as we learn more about ways to help.